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Performer: The National Ballet of Japan

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TokyoKenneth MacMillan's Manon

Kenneth MacMillan's Manon
Massenet: Manon
Sir Kenneth MacMillan; The National Ballet of Japan; Martin Yates; Peter Farmer; Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

TokyoDance to the Future 2020

Dance to the Future 2020
New works
Dancers of the National Ballet of Japan

TokyoDon Quixote

Don Quixote
Minkus: Don Quixote
Marius Petipa; Alexander Gorsky; The National Ballet of Japan; Alexei Baklan; Vyacheslav Okunev; Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

TokyoAlice's Adventures in Wonderland by Christopher Wheeldon

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Christopher Wheeldon
Talbot: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Christopher Wheeldon; The National Ballet of Japan; Nathan Brock; Misato Tomita; Bob Crowley
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Peter Darell's Tales of Hoffman in Japan

The National Ballet of Japan mounted a new production of Peter Darrell’s The Tales of Hoffmann based on the Offenbach's opera. Although no masterpiece, it was an enjoyable evening and the quality of dancing by the four primas, the fascinating new sets and the costumes did entertain the audience a lot.
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National Ballet of Japan's Bayadere

National Ballet of Japan’s La Bayadère boasts a magnificent corps de ballet, and with prima ballerinas Ayako Ono and Yui Yonezawa as the lead ladies and guest star Vadim Muntagirov as Solor, this highly dramatic and thrilling perfomance of La Bayadère makes for a memorable evening.
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NBJ's new Sleeping Beauty

National Ballet of Japan created a new version of Sleeping Beauty reimagined by Wayne Eagling. Vadim Muntagirov of Royal Ballet guested, and Yui Yonezawa was Aurora.
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National Ballet of Japan's The Prince of the Pagodas

David Bintley's Prince of the Pagodas returns to National Ballet of Japan after the succsessfull premiere at Birmingham Royal Ballet
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National Ballet of Japan: Faster and Carmina Burana

National Ballet of Japan performed artistic director David Bintley’s double bill of his works, Faster and Carmina Burana and they were successful in intepretating the humor and irony conceived in the two innovative pieces.
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